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Interesting: Washington Post Pulls Ammo Stockpiling Story Politico and Others Used to Smear Sarah Palin UPDATED: WaPo’s Editor Responds

UPDATED: The Washington Post’s Executive Editor Martin Baron responds.

As I wrote originally, there might be a reasonable explanation why an article appearing in the Washington Post and linked to and hyped by Politico had suddenly disappeared a couple of days after being used to smear Governor Palin, and being shown to be fictitious.

I was pleased to get a quick and reasonable response from the Post’s editor:

Dear Mr. Jackson:

I apologize for the time it has taken to get back to you. First, we had to determine the nature and origin of the story you referred to and what had become of it. Our staff has now conducted that research and filled me in.

The story you searched was written not by the Washington Post, but rather by the Associated Press. Such AP stories flow onto our website automatically, and then become dead links when under our contract we lose rights after 14 days. In this case, that’s today.

The second URL appears to be a version of the same story supplied by a service called Perfect Market, which also flows automatically onto our site. The same rules for publication on our site apply with regard to that as well.

Here is the wire as it appeared on another site:

http://www.startribune.com/nation/191251931.html?refer=y

As you can see, it is a story written by the Associated Press and picked up by other news sites, typically in an automated fashion.

I note that you’ve addressed this issue on your website. You suggest that (a) this was a story written by the Washington Post and (b) that we removed it under suspicious or nefarious circumstances. Neither is accurate.

Sincerely,

Martin Baron
Executive Editor

This seems reasonable. Though one wonders why they’d bother to publish an article that it’s readers can’t come back to in a couple of weeks.

It should be noted that Fox News has the same AP article, dated February 14, 2013 available on it’s site as of now.

I have no real beef with the Post, my beef is with the propaganda sites mentioned in the original articles, and their use of a false report to smear Governor Palin and attempt to discredit he factual statement. As I wrote below, it sure seemed odd the article at the Post disappeared at the exact same moment all of the controversy was brewing. At least we know why.

The original post is below. I would say substitute the AP every time you read Washington Post but they did indeed run this fictitious article, written by someone for the Associated Press claiming these rounds were merely for “target practice” so we can’t let them completely off the hook!

By Gary P Jackson

Here’s an interesting little twist to the saga of Obama’s lapdog media trying to smear Sarah Palin over her stating the fact that the Obama regime is stockpiling over one billion rounds of ammo, mostly man killing hollowpoints.

Yesterday we exposed the lies and slanderous commentary coming from left wing propaganda sites such as Politico, Slate, and The Atlantic, and their attempt to smear Sarah Palin.

In his slanderous article, Politico’s Kevin Cirilli linked to another Obama water carrier over at the Washington Post who published an article entitled Not so sinister: Homeland Security is stockpiling ammo for target practice.

While government agencies are, in fact, purchasing large amounts of ammunition, they are doing so for training exercises and shooting ranges, according to federal officials. The Washington Post last month summed up the Department of Homeland Security’s buying of more than 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition for training with an article headlined, “Not so sinister: Homeland Security is stockpiling ammo for target practice.”

Funny thing. This morning, while doing some follow-up, I noticed the Post has pulled the story claiming the regime was merely stockpiling bullets “for target practice.” Wonder why that is?

A quick Google search of the article’s title led me back to another dead URL. A subsequent Bing search netted a different URL, but pushing the magic “enter” button on my keyboard nets nothing more than another dead page:

Obviously, blogging being what it is, other websites have excerpted from the Post’s untruthful piece, but the original no longer exists.

I find this very interesting. There may be a logical, legitimate explanation for the article disappearing. And I’d love to hear it, if there is.

I’ve reached out to the editors at the Post but have yet to get any reply. If they can explain why a controversial article, used to smear someone who made a factual statement, just disappeared, I’ll be happy to give them their say.

Meanwhile, one has to sit and wonder why the Post article telling it’s readers not to worry, the Obama regime is stockpiling over a billion rounds of ammo, mainly consisting of man killing hollowpoints, but it’s OK, it’s just for “target practice” …. has up and disappeared from their website.

Such is how the corrupt media works. Write a fictitious story, covering up the real intentions of the regime, and when the heat comes, instead of owning it, just send it down the memory hole.

Maybe this is why a new Rasmussen poll finds that only 6% of Americans find the media “very trustworthy” and 42% find it “not very trustworthy” or “not at all trustworthy.

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Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen: The Media is the Enemy of the American People

By Gary P Jackson

Strong words from both Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen, two democrats who realize the American media is so biased and so corrupt, they are now the enemy of the American people. What Pat and Doug are pointing out is nothing new. The media has been the enemy of Liberty and Freedom for decades, but since the Marxist Obama came on the national scene, the media has become nothing but stenographers for the democrat party, as well as their official attack dogs.

Video courtesy SarahNet.

In case you missed it, here is Pat Caddell’s speech at the Accuracy in Media conference “ObamaNation: A Day of Truth.”:

For full transcript please go to:

http://www.aim.org/video/pat-caddell-the-audacity-of-corruption/

In recent remarks to an AIM conference, “ObamaNation: A Day of Truth,” former Democratic pollster and analyst Pat Caddell said, “I think we’re at the most dangerous time in our political history in terms of the balance of power in the role that the media plays in whether or not we maintain a free democracy.” Caddell noted that while First Amendment protections were originally provided to the press so they would protect the liberty and freedom of the public from “organized governmental power,” they had clearly relinquished the role of impartial news providers.

Nowhere was this more evident than during the tragic death of a U.S. ambassador in Libya that was lied about for nine days, because the press and the administration did not want to admit it was a terrorist attack.

We’ve had nine days of lies over what happened because they can’t dare say it’s a terrorist attack, and the press won’t push this,” said Caddell. “Yesterday there was not a single piece in The New York Times over the question of Libya. Twenty American embassies, yesterday, are under attack. None of that is on the national news. None of it is being pressed in the papers.”

Caddell added that it is one thing for the news to have a biased view, but “It is another thing to specifically decide that you will not tell the American people information they have a right to know.

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Michelle Obama Spends 10 Million Tax Payer Dollars on Vacations But LA Times Covers Ann Romney’s “Expensive” Horse Hobby

You know, let me tell you, the one thing I believe is that families are off-limits

~ Michelle Obama

By Gary P Jackson

Barack Obama has many mega-wealthy supporters, especially in Hollywood, and his wife has spent a reported $10 million in tax payer money to go on extravagant vacations around the world, and yet, the Los Angeles Times has decided Ann Romney’s love of horses is just too expensive and makes her out of touch with America.

For those that don’t know the back story, Ann Romney has MS, and riding provides her great therapeutic benefit. The Times goes out of it’s way to say only the wealthiest among us participate in the sport of dressage, but that’s not exactly true. A lot of kids scrimp and save, and their parents sacrifice just so they can enjoy horses.

Still, we get this:

Dressage is not for the faint of wallet; it requires healthy outlays of cash for upkeep, training, transportation and veterinary care. It attracts some of the world’s richest people — the daughter of billionaire New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg competes. Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang and his wife own dressage horses.

Funny, those mentioned are democrats and Obama supporters. That seems to be lost on the Times.

When John Kennedy was President, Caroline’s pony called Macaroni freely roamed the White House grounds. The media swooned and called it “Camelot.”

No matter, what Ann Romney does, she does it with her own money, not the tax payers.

On the other hand, as the UK’s Daily Mail reports, Michelle Obama’s extravagant vacations have cost the American tax payer $10 million dollars:

The Obamas’ summer break on Martha’s Vineyard has already been branded a PR disaster after the couple arrived four hours apart on separate government jets.

But according to new reports, this is the least of their extravagances.

White House sources today claimed that the First Lady has spent $10million of U.S. taxpayers’ money on vacations alone in the past year.

Branding her ‘disgusting‘ and ‘a vacation junkie‘, they say the 47-year-old mother-of-two has been indulging in five-star hotels, where she splashes out on expensive massages and alcohol.

The ‘top source‘ told the National Enquirer: ‘It’s disgusting. Michelle is taking advantage of her privileged position while the most hardworking Americans can barely afford a week or two off work.

When it’s all added up, she’s spent more than $10million in taxpayers’ money on her vacations.’

The First Lady is believed to have taken 42 days of holiday in the past year, including a $375,000 break in Spain and a four-day ski trip to Vail, Colorado, where she spent $2,000 a night on a suite at the Sebastian hotel.

And the first family’s nine-day stay in Martha’s Vineyard is also proving costly, with rental of the Blue Heron Farm property alone costing an estimated $50,000 a week.

The source continued: ‘Michelle also enjoys drinking expensive booze during her trips. She favours martinis with top-shelf vodka and has a taste for rich sparking wines.

The vacations are totally Michelle’s idea. She’s like a junkie. She can’t schedule enough getaways, and she lives from one to the next – all the while sticking it to hardworking Americans.

For all of the figures, click here.

This article, written late 2011 doesn’t include this year’s spring break trip for Obama’s two girls to Mexico, that included 12 of the daughters’ friends and 25 Secret Service agents. No telling what that cost you and me.

Maybe President Barack Obama just doesn’t like horses [or maybe he likes them too much] after all, he signed legislation late last year allowing for the slaughter of horses for food. I hear they go well with dog meat.

Either way, the sycophantic media is certainly trying to help out their buddy Obama any way they can. It used to be in America that we celebrated success. Hell, we all strived for it ourselves. In the land of Obama only liberals are allowed to be successful. Anyone else is considered evil and must be destroyed.

While the Times is wasting space with this non-story, it should be noted they still haven’t released the Khalidi tape that reportedly shows Obama celebrating with Palestinian terrorist Rashid Khalidi. Terrorists Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn were also said to be in attendance.

That’s something the American people need to see. But the Los Angeles Times refuses to release it.

As for Ann Romney, I’m happy for anyone who has found something they enjoy. Ann is a cancer survivor and suffers MS. If riding horses makes her feel better, then more power to her.

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New AFP Ad: Obama Regime Asked Solyndra to Hold Up Layoffs Until After 2010 Elections, Jake Tapper Hardest Hit

By Gary P Jackson

Jake Tapper really carries the Obama regime’s water as he attacks Americans for Prosperity the group that has created an ad that is scheduled to start running around the time of President Obama’s State of the Union speech.

Tapper drones on forever about the Koch brothers and so on, trying to take focus off the fact Solyndra is an abject failure, and Obama asked them to hold off firing workers until after the 2010 mid-term elections. A cold blooded political calculation intended to fool the American people and save some democrats from political annihilation at the polls.

While Tapper whines, here’s the meat of the subject: [emphasis mine]

The ad depicts the president as giving “Solyndra half a billion in taxpayer money. Politics as usual. Within the administration, the company’s potential collapse had long been discussed. Knowing all along Solyndra would have to fire their workers. But Solyndra held off until after the 2010 elections.”

That White House officials “knew all along” that Solyndra would have to fire their workers isn’t true. The ad is referring to an email released two months ago indicating that an adviser to the company’s main investor, Argonaut Equity, wrote on Oct. 30, 2010, that officials from the Department of Energy “did push very hard for us to hold our announcement” of layoffs “to Nov. 3rd – oddly they didn’t give a reason for that date.”…

Seriously? Like nothing big was happening on November 3? One really has to be dumb not to figure out why the regime wanted that information held. I don’t think Tapper is dumb. Just in the bag for Obama.

Here’s more:

The ad says: “1,100 workers had no idea that they would be fired, but the Obama administration knew. All that mattered was the 2010 election – ‘optics,’ not workers.”

While it may be that White House officials wanted the announcement to be made after the November 2010 elections – the only proof of that is that one e-mail, and the White House denies the charge — the layoffs that were announced were not as AFP describes. What is true: the day after the 2010 elections, on November 3, Solyndra announced it would lay end its contracts with more than 100 contractors, lay off 40 employees, and close one of its factories.

I bet the regime does deny the charge!

Yeah, the ad does make it seem all of the layoffs come at once, but so what. The facts are the facts, no matter how bad Tapper tries to make it sound like they aren’t.

Solyndra was a massive failure. The principles involved in the company were Obama cronies. They should have never been given a loan in the first place. No responsible lender would have touched this bunch with a 10 ft pole!

Here’s the ad. I think it’s quite effective:

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Though Tapper claims there is no evidence of foul play, Bloomberg’s Jim Snyder begs to differ: [emphasis mine]

The Obama administration knew before the 2010 election that Solyndra LLC, a solar-panel maker that received a $535 million U.S. loan guarantee, planned to fire workers, according to e-mails released today.

The messages don’t indicate that anyone from the White House directed Solyndra to delay announcing the layoffs until after the vote. Previously released e-mails, indicating the Energy Department urged Solyndra to postpone the cuts, have been cited by House Republicans who say politics influenced Solyndra’s award and last-ditch rescue bid that put taxpayers behind $75 million in private investment.

Here’s the deal — Solyndra is going to announce they are laying off 200 of their 1200 workers,” Heather Zichal, a White House adviser, wrote to Carol Browner, then director of the office of Energy and Climate Change Policy, and other officials on Oct. 27, 2010. “No es bueno.”

If your Spanish is rusty, “No es bueno” roughly translates to “is no good.

Read more here.

Very disappointed in Jake Tapper, but it just goes to show you, when push comes to shove, the left wing media is going to do all of the Obama regime’s heavy lifting.

Obama and his cronies should all go to prison for what they have done to this country. It’s nothing less than wholesale theft. The regime has stolen taxpayer money and given it to cronies. Cronies who were totally unqualified to be in the business the loans were made to.

Until we get serious and start throwing corrupt politicians and their underlings in prison, and start going after their cronies as well, nothing is ever going to change. Oh, people will hoot and holler, some congresscritter will “investigate” but nothing real will happen.

America deserves better than this, and Americans need to get off their butts and demand it!

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Despite The Corrupt Media’s Best Efforts, “The Undefeated” Has A Phenomenal Opening Weekend

Organize4Palin members in Grapevine, Texas

By Gary P Jackson

So I woke up on Friday morning, the national opening for Stephen Bannon’s hit documentary, The Undefeated, and what do I see? Some cat named Conor Friedersdorf [no wonder he’s bitter] The Atlantic’s pretend “conservative“, phonied up a story about being at the opening of the movie, and no one was there.

The problem with this narrative is this “opening” was at midnight, Thursday night, not advertised, and the movie officially opened on Friday. Yes, I know midnight is technically Friday, but you get where I’m coming from. This bitter little fellow wrote a scathing piece, and of course the rest of the corrupt, blood libel media picked up on it and spread this phony story, hoping to depress turnout. It didn’t work.

As the day rolled on, reports began coming in of sold out shows from coast to coast. Several theaters had to move the film to a larger theater to accommodate the crowds. There were also reports of loud cheering throughout the movie, and in Atlanta, at the end of the movie the audience gave creator Stephen Bannon a five minute standing ovation!

The media was still trying to keep it’s meme going though, with many local stations just flat out lying about the movie and attendance numbers. CNN sent it’s crew to the Atlanta opening trying to ambush attendees.

Reuters dismissed the first sold out show reported, in Grapevine, Texas as insignificant, because “Grapevine is just a small town.” Yeah it’s a “small town” located in the middle of the Dallas-Ft Worth Metroplex. Dallas is the 9th largest city in America, and Ft Worth the 17th. Their combined population, not counting the couple dozen [or more] “small towns” that lie between and around the two cities, the Metroplex combined population is roughly equal to Houston’s, the 4th largest city in the country.So much for Reuters.

As there were two theaters in Texas showing The Undefeated Grapevine and Houston, people had good choices. Both locations drew people from hundreds of miles away. The Grapevine location drew people from Oklahoma and Louisiana, as well as Central Texas, which is over 100 miles away. Houston drew people from South Texas and the Beaumont-Orange area. A nice little drive.

As we watched throughout the day, more and more reports came in as enthusiastic fans filled the seats. While everyone focused on the prime time showings, the ones sure to sell out, we also noticed in many cities the afternoon showings either sold out, or were only a handful of seats away from doing so. This enthusiasm would carry over to Saturday, when even more shows sold out.

Percentage wise, only Harry Potter had a better opening weekend than The Undefeated. This is amazing because Victory Films did no traditional advertising. This was all done via the internet and word of mouth. The Twitter campaign alone was incredible. Obviously Palin supporters worked hard to make this happen as well, knowing this movie is a game changer, and tells the story that no one but long time, hard core supporters know. And even for the long timers, this movie reveals more about Sarah Palin and what an excellent chief executive she is.

There were all kinds of stories of people dragging non-Palin supporters with them to the movie, and many converts being made. Notably one Conservative blogger, Ben Howe, one of the folks who actually believed the corrupt media’s version of Sarah, rather than the truth, has said that both he and his wife felt nothing but shame after seeing the movie, because they now realize how wrong they were to believe the media, and the GOP establishment’s narrative.

This past weekend was nothing short of phenomenal. Bannon is now talking about a larger nationwide roll-out, as well as a deal with Wal-Mart to distribute DVDs.

There was a lot of great reporting this weekend. Here are some links you should check out:

John Nolte: Empty Theater!!!: MSM Currently Brewing Up Phony ‘Undefeated’ Narrative

Larry O’Connor: The Atlantic’s Phony Empty Theater Meme Falls Further Apart


Nicole Coulter: ‘Ambushed By CNN’: Firsthand Account of Lamestream Reporting At Georgia Premiere of ‘The Undefeated’

Jim Hoft:

Josh Painter: How’s ‘The Undefeated’ doing today? Not bad…

The Victory Film Group Has a nice round up of stories here.


Victory Film Group: ARC Entertainment Announces Strong Opening for “The Undefeated,” with multiple sold-out runs and vocal audience support

Top of the Ticket: Sarah Palin documentary ‘The Undefeated’ to roll out to other cities 

Ian Lazaran CNN Concedes the Auditorium Where the Undefeated Was Shown Near Atlanta “Was Packed” and “Sold Out”

Then there is this from Ben Howe: ‘The Undefeated’ Review: A Profoundly Important Game-changer (Especially For Me) Howe was not a Palin supporter when he saw the movie. [on DVD] He had bought into the nonsense spewed by the left, and the Republican elite.

Ultimately, I thought she was the type of political force that was going to be around, needed to be treaded on carefully, but would never have anything substantial to offer to the cause of conservatism other than rallying troops which I still believed was a valuable service.

I thought she hadn’t gotten a fair shake in the media, but I felt confident that I could see through the bias and that I understood who she was, what she had done and what my opinion would probably be about her going forward.

I was entirely incorrect.

I consider the director of “The Undefeated”, Stephen Bannon, to be a friend of mine. He’s advised me in my own fledgling productions. I’ve interviewed him a handful of times on my podcast and we always talk for over an hour effortlessly. When I heard he was making this film, I immediately wanted to interview him, but I assumed that everything I knew about Palin would simply be confirmed by watching this.

We popped the film into our DVD player, and sat back to watch. One thing I had no doubts about was that Stephen Bannon would make a visually impressive, compelling film that would stir emotion. I was pleased to see that he used his trademark method of letting the people directly tied to the events tell the story (I often find narration cumbersome) adding their own particular emotions and perspectives to the narrative. These were all things that I expected and Bannon did not disappoint.

The film moves at a breakneck pace while still laying out a level of detail that brings you so close to the events, you feel like you personally experienced them.

Even had the substance not convinced me that I had Mrs. Palin pegged wrong, the film itself would most certainly have scored high for me as my all important test was passed: Did I look at my watch? No I did not.

In short, the execution of this film is excellent.

But what had me and my wife blown away by the time it was over, was the avalanche of information and perspectives that had been hidden from us over the years. As I would like for you to listen to my interview with Steve, I will not get into the substance of what caused the change. I want you to hear it for yourself.

I pride myself on my ability to know when something is baloney, almost instinctively. On Sarah Palin, I was so incredibly hoodwinked that the one word that my wife and I agreed described how we felt after watching it, was shame. Yes of course invigoration, satisfaction and all the other things you experience when watching a good film, but about how we had handled our vetting of Mrs. Palin, shame was the word that best described it.

Shame for not bothering to look up her record. Shame for not reading her story. Shame for turning the channel when she came on the TV. Shame for not listening to people that we had a great deal of respect for like Andrew Breitbart, Tammy Bruce, Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity.

As Breitbart points out in the film, the greatest shame is that while this woman was savaged to degrees you may not even realize yet, some of us sat back and let it happen. For me to buy into the media template and not defend someone who’s only offense was being a conservative, is the absolute antithesis of what I stand for, and something that I shall never allow to happen again.

Read more and listen to Ben’s great interview with Stephen Bannon here

The bottom line is this movie, in a short time, with nothing but word of mouth advertising, via Twitter and Facebook, is a great success.

It is indeed a game changer. Palin supporters are making a point of taking their non-Palin supporting friends and neighbors to see the movie. Not only are these folks seeing the real Sarah Palin for the first time, they are learning why they should support Sarah. You can bet these converts will go out and find other people to convert as well. This is why the media has been working so hard to make people think no one is going to see the movie, or that the movie sucks. They understand just how powerful Bannon’s movie is, as well as how powerful Sarah Palin is.

Bannon made this movie because our media is corrupt, and carries the water for Obama and the democrat party, and lie about important events that effect the nation. The actions by this corrupt media this weekend prove his point.

The Undefeated is showing at these 10 theaters throughout the week. There are multiple showings daily, and senior discounts. If you haven’t yet seen The Undefeated go, and take a few friends. To check show times, order tickers, and so on, click here.

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Media Corruption

By Madeleine McAulay

Why do we as Americans allow the Media to dictate our lives? Why do they have such an impact on who we vote for? The 2008 Election was a prime exhibition of the tyrannical reign the media holds over, “We the People“.

During the 2008 campaign trail we witnessed the overpowering stench and corruption of the media. Their biased and crooked views filled all of the News Stations. What ever happened to the unbiased media? In today’s world, that kind of media, does not exist.

On November 4, 2008 the majority of American’s went into the voting booth without any knowledge of the candidates. That is because the media did everything they in their power to hide President Obama’s record, and to distort Senator McCain’s and Governor Palin’s.

The media brainwashed the American public into believing that President Obama, was the “right” candidate, but today we see what Obama meant by “Hope and Change” and he is obviously not who the media portrayed him to be. He is neither a “savior” nor “leader“. He is an ill experienced “elite politician” with the hopes of shoving his liberal agenda down the American’s throats.

The American people, I believe, have learned their lesson. But I can guarantee, that the media will do all that they can, legal or illegal, to ensure that President Obama will be reelected. It is our job, as Americans, to spread the truth and the facts, and to take our country back.

Madeleine McAulay is the co-founder of Youth For Palin. You can follow the group on Facebook, Twitter, and at their website.

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Operation Backfire: E-Mails Prove Sarah Palin Was A Great Governor

By C. A. Bamford

It seems the once respected leaders of the newspaper industry are fast becoming indistinguishable from the lowliest of supermarket tabloids. The Media Research Center reported this:

…the state of Alaska is releasing 24,000 official emails from Sarah Palin’s term as governor. The liberal media cannot wait to dig through these emails, hoping for fodder to continue their vicious attacks. Both The Washington Post and The New York Times have gone a step further by asking readers to sign up on their websites as amateur Palin bashers and help them to look for dirt.

Would these two so-called “news” organizations actively canvass readers to dig up dirt on Bill Clinton or Anthony Weiner?.

The Media Research Center is gathering emails to send to these two “news” outlets. Add your comments here.

Anyone with any common sense knew this was going to come back to bite the liberals and the liberal media in the rear. The emails are simply reaffirming what we already knew.

Governor Palin conducted the business of her state in a transparent, bi-partisan, and responsible manner. She worked long, hard hours and treated everyone with respect. America is finding out that Palin is a smart, effective, fiscally responsible leader whose goal has always been to serve the people she represents.

She knows how to prioritize, delegate, and choose the most qualified and competent people to serve with her. America is learning that even in the face of death threats from crazed liberals, Gov. Palin just kept working and putting Alaska and Alaskans first.

Here is one example of the shocking secrets exposed in the emails. We learn that…[Emphasis mine]

The governor’s goal has always been to introduce a gasline bill on day one of the session, but we want to get it right with a good product. The gasline team is recommending that the bill be delayed to continue to work through the vetting process with the experts. That’s where it is now.

We have the bill with the concepts and the details, but it is going through the experts’ hands right now. We don’t want to introduce a bill just to introduce a bill and meet a goal. Delaying the bill’s introduction gives experts the chance to weigh-in and ensures that the best product goes before the Legislature. She amended a line of the story that instead of stating that a bill will be introduced in the first week of the session, she wrote that a bill will be introduced in the first weeks of the session. I forwarded this paragraph from the weekend and she was going to draw upon it to further define the law of general application.

The governor has (long) stated that the obsolete Stranded Gas Development

Act was the improper legal vehicle for negotiating a viable and profitable contract. Therefore, the governor’s gas cabinet is working around the clock to draft a bill seeking a law of general application, when passed, this law will bring transparency to a competitive process, will jumpstart construction with valuable incentives, and will maximize the return on a gasline for both the state and the project proponent.

The Palin Administration will be introducing this bill in the upcoming legislative session as soon as the bill has been vetted through experts. As to the Port Authority Board and ANGDA sharing information, I applaud any efforts by any potential applicants to join forces, including the three primary North Slope producers, in whatever manner they deem appropriate to eventually submit the most attractive and beneficial proposal for the Administration’s consideration under the new law.

We also learned that Piper wanted to go for a walk with her mom one day and that Ivy Frye had bought a new pair of rain boots to wear while hiking the rain-soaked streets in Juneau. Our sources have not yet informed us whether or not Andree McLeod or Jeanne Devon plans to launch an ethics charge against either Governor Palin or Piper for this egregious behavior.

This ill-fated, biased attempt to besmirch the Governor has been labeled “Operation Backfire” by Jedediah Bila. To their great chagrin, the most damning criticism the left has been able to wrap their sharpened talons around are the typos. How ironic that the left’s big expose is turning into Governor Palin’s best campaign advertising. Game on, ladies and gentlemen.

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Corrupt Washington Post Hires Disgraced Former Palin Staffer As E-Mail “Expert”

By Gary P Jackson

You just thought the Washington Post hit rock bottom with their Palin e-mail nonsense, which BTW, has produced the exact opposite results they intended. These e-mails are proving Sarah Palin was a hard working Governor, a solid reformer, and an incredible CEO.

Liberals are stupid though, especially those in the media, so WaPo is doubling down. They’ve went out and hired disgraced former Palin staffer Frank Bailey to be their e-mail “expert.”

If you remember, Bailey, the only Palin staffer to ever be forced to take ethics training by the state, because of his behavior, allowed far left loon, and Obama blogger, Jeanne Devon, to put his name on a fantasy book she wrote, pretending to be a serious work discussing Bailey’s time on Sarah Palin’s staff, using e-mails stolen from the state archives.

For his efforts, Bailey is under investigation by Alaska’s Attorney General.

Alas, the book has been a dismal failure sales wise, so Bailey, a crapweasel of the highest order, is looking for a new way to scam someone out of money while cashing in on the job he once had on Sarah Palin’s staff.

The Post is only too happy to oblige. They will be hosting a “chat” with this nimrod on Monday at 11 am, Eastern time. They are asking for questions. I’m sure our readers will be happy to ask some good ones.

You can submit your questions now by clicking here.

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Lying Corrupt Bastards At Politico Make Up Palin Quote

By Gary P Jackson

A you know, third tier likely presidential candidate Michele Bachmann’s hired establishment hack, Ed Rollins, decided his first action right out of the gate would be to trash Sarah Palin. Never mind he was saying the same things about Bachmann …. until she started paying him.

For her part, Sarah Palin has ignored the two, as neither deserve her time. Sarah’s Chief of Staff, Michael Glassner did issue a statement about Rollins, which you can read here.

This wasn’t good enough for the gutter snipes who work for Politico though. The left wing website constantly looks for ways to start trouble among Republicans and is notorious for using “anonymous sources” i.e., the voices in their heads. They are also notorious for lying about Sarah Palin and anyone connected to her.

This time they went further than normal. They actually made up a quote and attributed it to Sarah Palin. Under the title Will rivalry make Sarah Palin run? Paul Goldman and Mark J. Rozell [yeah, it takes two of these crapweasels to write this nonsense] wrote the following paragraph: [emphasis mine]

Palin’s bus tour had some of the hallmarks of a primal scream: I built this constituency, not Bachmann, not anyone else. Looking at it through her eyes, she has a point.

Now anyone who’s paying attention knows Sarah Palin routinely rejects the idea that she’s somehow the leader of the Tea Party movement. She speaks quite humbly about her own political strengths. The hacks at Politico give the impression though, that those words came out of her mouth.

SarahPAC has released the following statement on the Governor’s behalf:

An absurd opinion piece in Politico includes a quote attributed to Governor Palin that is a total fabrication and yet is deliberately written to appear as if it is a legitimate direct quote. By any standard this is unacceptable even for an opinion piece. This puts us in mind of a real quote of something Governor Palin actually did once say to the media: “Quit making stuff up.

For those that remember the huge JournOList scandal, it’s good to remember that Politico has more known members of that corrupt cabal, than any other “news” site. Politico engages in gutter journalism and should never be taken as a serious news source. The fact is, they lie when the truth would work better.

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N.Y. Times And WaPo Ask Readers To Do Anti-Palin Research For The Obama Regime

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By Gary P Jackson

This is simply breathtaking. Just when you think it couldn’t go any lower, the corrupt blood libel media, proves us all wrong. This bunch isn’t even trying to hide their slobbering love for Obama any more. Not only are they actively trying to re-elect Dear Leader, they’re asking their readers to join in with them.

The State of Alaska has released all of Sarah Palin’s official e-mails, around 24,000 of them. Now the hacks at the New York Times and the Washington Post are asking their readers to help them “research” all of these e-mails by signing up online and going to town.

Now this is the same bunch that was just covering up for major pervert, democrat Congressman Anthony Weiner, who was blaming a “right wing hacker” for the photos of “Little Anthony” that he, himself, tweeted to a young girl. Of course, the perv has now admitted he’s a liar, and in fact, sent the tweets, but these same corrupt media bastards still have his back.

In 2008 the Democrat Industrial Media Complex ™ conspired to kill reporting on Barack Obama’s vile anti-American, pro-Hamas terrorist preacher, his ties to murdering domestic terrorist Bill Ayers and his cop-killer wife. They covered up all reporting of anti-American Communist Frank Marshall Davis, Obama’s mentor from his early years. Oh, and the Los Angeles Times still has the tape of pre-election Obama at a dinner for a Hamas terrorist where Obama praises the terrorist and slams Israel. [according to those who’ve seen it] Of course the Times thought that tape had no value whatsoever during the 2008 election.

No.Value. Whatsoever.

On the other hand, the Associated Press put, what, a dozen “fact checkers” on Sarah Palin’s books looking for grammatical errors!

What’s interesting to me is the democrats, their media partners, the liberal loons who stop by here to comment, and the GOP establishment elites all tell us that Sarah Palin is insignificant, unelectable, uneducated, and so on. For someone who supposedly couldn’t get vote one in an election, and matters not in the grand scheme of things, all of these groups sure seem to spend every waking moment worried sick about her.

Could it be all of these groups, the democrats, their media partners, and the GOP hacks are fibbing to us?

The dems, their media mouth pieces, and the GOP squishes all tell us Mitt Romney is the one leading the pack, and some poll just put Romney ahead of Obama in a head to head race. And yet, there is no “Stop Mitt Romney before we all die!” campaign going on. In fact, these same democrat media mouthpieces are saying good things about Romney. Of course the fact that he shares an ideology closer to Obama, than any random Conservative on the street, might have SOMETHING to do with that, but still, if Romney was really a threat to take out the most radical leftist the dems have ever managed to get elected, wouldn’t they be jumping up and down trying to stop him?

We’re not talking about the general election yet. We’re talking about the Republican primary, and the only one who puts the fear into the hearts of the Ruling Class, in both parties, is Sarah Palin.

The Ruling Class knows that if Sarah Palin enters the races as a candidate for President, she will win the primary, and the general handily. If there was any doubt about this, her successful bus tour on the East Coast should have ended that.

Sarah Palin’s record in Alaska is that of strong leadership. She got things done. As Governor alone, she accomplished more than most politicians will in a lifetime. She’s a reformer who puts principle over party. After all, it was corrupt Republicans she sent to prison. For the Ruling Class [in both parties] a President Sarah Palin means it’s game over. No more business as usual. No more “good old boy” deals.

The Washington Post has created a Twitter account for their little scheme: @PalinEmails. In my opinion that would be a great vehicle to use to ask the Post if they are going to investigate the $10 billion Obama sent to Brazil’s Petrobas three days after George Soros bought controlling interest in the oil company. As well as his recent trip there, where he told the nation’s leaders he wanted the United States to be their biggest customers.

Or maybe they can look into the big Soros/Al Gore/Maurice Strong/Goldman Sachs/Obama $10 trillion Chicago Climate Exchange deal. Or maybe you can ask WaPo if they’ll pressure the L.A. Times to release that tape where Obama praises a Hamas terrorist, and trashes Israel. Then we can see if the rumors, that the dance troupe that was there performed simulated ritual beheadings as part of it’s performance, are true.

There’s a lot that America doesn’t know about Barack Obama’s shady past. Might as well start asking the corrupt media to look into it!

On the other hand, I think it’s safe to say that Sarah Palin is the most vetted candidate for any office in modern history. If there was anything bad out there, it would have surfaced by now, that’s for certain. 

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